Get Your Degree from a Christian Music School
Inspire others with your God-given talents – get a degree from one of the largest music schools in the nation. Prepare for a successful career while fulfilling your passion for music through the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees offered at the School of Music at Liberty University.
Here, you’ll deepen your artistic expression, gain skills in musicianship, and prepare for an exciting career. Explore a variety of music interests both in and out of the classroom with multiple degree options, career preparation, music internships, performance opportunities, and student-led organizations.
Study under skilled faculty members who possess a broad base of musical and educational experience. Liberty faculty members are grounded in their Christian faith and have graduate and doctoral degrees from some of the world’s most prestigious music programs.
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Choose from Two Distinct Centers for Musical Excellence
Center for Music & Worship
Train to serve as a worship practitioner or commercial musician.
Center for Music Education & Performance
Train to be a skilled performer or music education specialist.
Enhance Your Talent in Liberty’s State-of-the-Art Music Building
The 141,000-square-foot Center for Music and the Worship Arts includes a 1,600-seat concert hall, two recital halls, 43 teaching studios, a 250-seat instrumental classroom, a 150-seat choir room, five large music theory classrooms, and a state-of-the-art recording studio, as well as songwriting, Mac, and piano labs.
Liberty offers state-of-the-art recording studios equipped with the finest acoustics, advanced technology to publish and produce music, and a unique architecture that encourages soundproof environments.
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Accreditations and Designation for Our Christian School of Music
The School of Music is designated as an All-Steinway Music Institution. At least 90% of all pianos in the Center for Music and the Worship Arts building are either designed or built by Steinway & Sons.